After Eminem reignited their feud on Fat Joe’s “Lord Above,” Nick Cannon is firing back with a diss track of his own.
On Monday, the Power 106 host dropped “The Invitation” featuring Hitman Holla, Charlie Clips, Prince Eazy, and Suge Knight.
The incarcerated Death Row mogul opens the track by calling Eminem a “bitch” in a recorded phone call from prison.
Nick then addresses Fat Joe, whose album Family Ties features the Cannon diss. “Told Joe to lean back, don’t get hit with this retaliation,” raps Nick. “I fuck with Crack, but the white boy, he fuck with crack / Pills and smack / Shady about to relapse.”
Carey and Eminem’s drama stretches back to the early 2000s. The 8 Mile star alluded to a romance with the “We Belong Together” singer on two tracks from his 2002 album, The Eminem Show. He directly referenced her on “Superman” by questioning whether Carey was trying to be his “new wife,” and he stated on “When the Music Stop” that he would “beg Mariah to take me back.”
Later that year, Carey dropped the song “Clown,” which was rumored to be about the rapper. In the track, she sings about how he and an unknown man “never even touched each other.” She additionally used the track to shut down rumors that she used her plane to visit him, but she never referenced him by name.
Eminem went on to diss Carey and Cannon in the song “Bagpipes from Baghdad” but the singer responded by dropping “Obsessed,” a track that contains lyrics that hinted at her feud with Eminem. The Missouri native later released “The Warning” to address the feud further. Cannon, meanwhile, dropped the songs “I’m a Slick Rick” and “Warning (Remix)” to hit back at Eminem.
Listen to Nick Cannon's diss track for yourself below.
UPDATE: Nick Cannon uploaded a music video for the track too, watch it down below.